Chandrayaan-3 Wake Up: A few days after the successful landing on the lunar surface, Chandrayaan-3’s lander was put into sleep mode at around 8 am on September 4 and its payloads were deactivated, however, its receivers remained operational during this period.
Indian Space Agency (ISRO) is going to try to activate Vikram Lander and Pragyan Rover of Chandrayaan-3 mission once today. Which was put into sleep mode earlier this month, so that he could continue his scientific experiments. ISRO said it will try to establish communication with Vikram lander and Pragyan rover on September 22 after more than two weeks of lunar night. Let us tell you that a few days after the successful landing on the lunar surface, Chandrayaan-3’s lander was put into sleep mode at around 8 am on September 4 and its payloads were deactivated, however, its receivers remained operational during this period.
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ISRO scientists say that an attempt will be made to reboot the module. Because both the batteries are fully charged in sunlight. Therefore, ISRO is hopeful that Rover and Vikram will once again continue to provide information related to the Moon for the next 15 days. After landing on the moon, the rover discovered many important elements including sulfur for about 15 days. Apart from this, pictures of the south pole of the moon were also sent. ISRO has announced to remove the sleep mode of the lander.
Let us tell you that after the successful landing, Vikram Lander touched down on the lunar surface for the second time on September 4. The lander also completed a “hop experiment,” in which the lander fired its engines on command and rose 40 centimeters above the ground, as the agency expected, and then landed safely 30 to 40 centimeters from its position. Landed back from. The space agency has claimed that Pragyan Rover and Vikram Lander will be active again and will take passengers to the lunar surface.
ISRO’s ambitious third Moon mission made India the fourth country to achieve this feat and the first country to reach the Moon’s south pole. The spot where Chandrayaan-3 Vikram lander made a soft landing was named “Shiv Shakti Point” and the spot where Chandrayaan-2 lander crashed on the lunar surface in 2019 was named “Tiranga Point” .